Welcome back to National Parks & other public lands with T! If you are seeing this on Twitter or Facebook, please visit the blog to see all of the photos and read the story by clicking the link. After departing Honolulu, our cruise ship docked in Kahului on the island of Maui. It was very […]
4th till 10th of August 2019. Nature’s way. Nature can be raw, nature can be healing, nature can be unexpectedly beautiful, nature can be brutal. We are still biking at 3,600 meter, enjoying the brisk, clear altiplano light without any pollution, freezing air even when the sun is up. Leaving the still city of Atocha […]
Could the Cornish Black Bee be an answer to the decline in bee population in the UK? The sad fact is that bees are in real trouble. In recent years the news coverage of their plight has become increasingly worrying. It is now estimated that of the roughly two thousand species of bee in Europe…
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F/5.6, 1/500, ISO 200. Mallard Female Why do barbers make good drivers? They know all the shortcuts. Interesting Fact: During egg-laying phase, she lines the nest with grasses, leaves, and twigs from nearby. She also pulls tall vegetation over to conceal herself and her nest. After incubation begins, she plucks down feathers from her breast […]
A trip to Milan is not complete without a visit to see Leonardo da Vinci’s world renowned artwork, The Last Supper. This fresco painted on the walls of the dining room of the former Dominican monastery, Santa Maria delle Grazie, depicts Jesus’ last supper with his apostles. It is one of the Western world’s most…
My Top Tips by Bob Brind-Surch, professional photographer and naturalist . http://www.naturesphotos.co.uk I am often asked for my top ten tips as a wildlife photographer and always mumble my way through a reply but recently when sitting on a bench with a workshop participant his question set me thinking harder. Those of you who have […]